The Government of Karnataka has effected a reshuffle in its administrative setup by shifting six IAS officers to different departments of the State in similar capacities.
Besides, one of the transferred officers and four other officers have also been assigned additional responsibilities, according to a government press release.
The details are as follows:
* Shalini Rajneesh, Principal Secretary, Backward Classes Welfare Department, has been posted as Principal Secretary, Health & Family Welfare Department.
* Dr G Kalpana, Principal Secretary, Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Department, has been posted as Director-General, Administrative Training Institute, Mysuru. She also becomes the ex-officio Principal Secretary, Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms (Training).
* S R Umashankar, Commissioner for Excise, Bengaluru, is posted as Secretary, Kannada, Culture and Information Department.
* T K Anil Kumar, Secretary, Urban Development Department (Municipalities & Urban Development Authorities) has been assigned the concurrent charge of the post of Managing Director, Mysore Paper Mills Ltd, Bengaluru.
* Harsh Gupta, Managing Director, Mysore Paper Mills Ltd, Bengaluru, is posted as Secretary, Department of Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs.
* Naveen Raj Singh, Managing Director, Karnataka State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation, Bengaluru, is has been given the concurrent charge of the post of Secretary, Backward Classes Welfare Department.
* V Ponnuraj, Managing Director, Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development and Finance Corporation, Bengaluru, gets the concurrent charge of the post of Commissioner for Public Instruction, Bengaluru.
* Rame Gowda, Commissioner for Transport and Road Safety, Bengaluru, is posted as Director, Department of Pre-University Education, and given the concurrent charge of the post of Commissioner for Transport.
* Pallavi Akurathi, Director, Department of Pre-University Education, Bengaluru, has been posted as the Deputy Secretary, Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms.
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